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News

END OF SEASON UPDATES

11/20/2017

First of all thank you’ s are owed to all who volunteered their time, sweat, and tears this fall season that started back in May for some, August for some, and seems like eternity ago for others of us who never let this end.  Please continue to support our program in any way you can.  Volunteers are the engine that makes this thing go and we are proud of our kids and what they can learn and accomplish through team sports. 

Congratulations to all of our age group champions:

U8 Boys - Tim Pilarski's White team had a great season and capped off with a terrific tournament.  Great job!

U8 Girls - SJA Hounds coached by Pat Walsh also had a great season and strong finish in the tourney. 

U10 Boys - SJA coached by Emily and Gordie Hamman had a great run in the tournament and won a thrilling, hard fought game with against Colin Hill's boys.  Good season for both teams and congratulations to all.

Our other rec age group teams competed in inter-league play with some of our partner rec councils and represented us well.  This is a great opportunity to expand the playing field and we plan to continue our partnerships as needed.

Our travel teams had an amazing end to their fall seasons as well with 5 winning Fallston Cup Championships.  I am sure more than a few of the "club" teams at this tournament left wondering who the heck we are and have a newly formed respect for our program and our kids.  Congratulations to all of these teams for their season long effort and hard work.  Special shout outs to:

U9 Girls Division Champs (Gabby Tana)

U10 Girls Finalist (Jim Campbell)

U12 Gilrs Division Champs (Abbey Campbell)

U15 Girls Division Champs (Jim Rugg)

U8 Boys Semi-Finalists (Mike Lance)

U12 Boys Division Champs (Sam Tana)

U13 Division Champs (Matt Lazenby)

Get involved next year and help us continue this tradition of excellent competition and sportsmanship!  Thank you coaches, managers, and parents for the gift of time and the opportunity to work with children and future leaders of our community.

 

Soccer Board

 

 

 

Season Ending Tournaments

10/25/2017

Please keep an eye on your age group schedules as we get into season ending tournaments.  We have them up-to-date but sometimes need to make adjustments and these are subject to change.  We do our best to keep the coaches effected by change informed but please continue to monitor your team schedule and ask questions...we are here for you!

 

Thank you and good luck

Soccer Board

Player Safety

10/11/2017

To All in our soccer community-

Please speak to your kids about the importance of player safety as we are getting closer to the end of our season.  We have had an excellent health record to date and it is vital that we stress this moving forward.  I have witnessed several cases where there were issues and have spoken to players, and coaches about how we play the game here at CMRC.  We will be speaking with the kids about this issue and appreciate reinforcing this at home.

Awareness of others around you is one of the things that leads to accidental contact and is something our kids will improve on as they grow as players.  There are times when this is unavoidable and we as soccer people understand that it happens in our sport and can have extremely unfortunate results.  Our #1 priority is to provide a safe, learning environment and help grow the game we love in our community.

Intentional contact with the intent to harm will not be tolerated on any level at CMRC and repeat offenders will be removed from the program.  Please encourage your kids to learn, develop, and play the right way. 

If you have questions about this or want to report good or poor behavior please approach any of our board members and we will do our best to address the situation.

 

Soccer Board

Friday Night Skills Training

10/5/2017

NO SKILLS TRAINING FOR NEXT TWO WEEKS!!!

We have a few conflicting events the next two Friday's and will not be holding skills sessions at JES.  Please update your schedules accordingly.  Thank you for your continued support of these extra offerings and make sure to attend whenever possible.

 

Soccer Board

Picture Day

9/11/2017

This Saturday is team picture day for CMRC Soccer.  Most of you may have gotten the order forms from your coach...if not our photographer will have them on site.  I will post a schedule here as well as on the "Schedules" tab on the web site.  Please make sure you check on it and be here in plenty of time so this can run smoothly.  Many of the teams will be on a tight schedule and some are playing at other locations.  Thanks for your help!

Carroll Manor Recreational Soccer partners with Cockeysville, and Towson Recreational Soccer to increase competition and variety

9/1/2017
Carroll Manor Recreational Soccer partners with Cockeysville, and Towson Recreational Soccer to increase competition and the number of teams.
Due to combining forces Carroll Manor Recreational Soccer is able to increase both the U-10 and U-12 Boys and Girls Recreation teams up to 10 total in each league. We are excited to see the increase in competition and variety in the team play.  We welcome to the league both Towson and Cockeysville, we are excited for the new 2017 recreational soccer year.

Coaches and Volunteers

8/30/2017

Please see the Background Check directions in the Policies section of the site.  All volunteers must submit in order to be eligible.

 

CMRC NEWS:

Many of our travel and club teams participated in tournaments this past weekend...some highlights include:

CM U13 Boys were finialists at the Gettysburg Battlefield Blast but finished 2nd.

CM U10 Girls compiled a 5-1 mark in Gettysburg as well and finished third.

BSC U10 Boys won at LTSC Challenge Cup

Lots of other solid results too...great job to all and special thanks to the parents who supported these teams all weekend

REC Teams are being set and coaches should be reaching out to teams so be on the lookout for emails from them as they start communicating practice shcedules etc.  Game schedules to be released ASAP!

Thank you to all who made the extra effort to attend the evaluations on the 23rd.  Was very helpful...special thanks to the many volunteers who made that night possible.

 

For the 2017 / 2018 Season we will be offering the following age levels, in alignment with US Soccer’s age requirements:

  • For our Hot Shots Program, we will keep the ages 4-6 in tact with little to no impact of the new US Soccer age changes.
  • For our In-House teams we will still be offering a combined (2) age years of play.
    For in-house, we will offer U8 (to include U7 &U8), U10 (to include U9 &U10), U12 (to include U11 &U12) Divisions.
    • Note: as same as last year, this season our U7 in-house Program is now combined into the U8 Group

Registration Cost:

  • Hot Shots - $100/ participant
  • In-House - $100/ participant
  • Travel - $105/ participant (Plus Team Costs)

Click here to register!

 

Coerver United for Hot Shots and Training

8/9/2017

Carroll Manor Rec Council partners with Coerver United to bring the Coerver Coaching method!

Coerver Coaching is a soccer skills reaching method suited for all ages but especially for players aged 5-16 years old of all abilities and thier parents, coaches and teachers.

Coerver is a method that focuses on individual skills development and small group play. It is endorsed and recommended by the top federations, associations, legends/experts of the game, club teams and corporations including: 

  • French Football Federation
  • Football Federations of Australia
  • Bayern Munich FC
  • NewCastle United FC
  • Arsenal FC
  • Global partner Adidas

Coerver's ultimiate goal is to:

  • Develop skilled, confident and creative players
  • Make the game fun to practicve and play
  • Teach good sportsmanship and respect for all
  • Value winning but not more than character and performance
  • Provide a safe & educational experience that meets best practice criteria

 

 

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